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Full text of "Creepy 1972 Annual"

Brawling 

SLOWLY 

Out of 
the grave 
comes this 
ghoulish 

SPECIAL 

ISSUE 

OF 

FEAR 

FABLES 

AND 

CLASSIC 

TERROR 

TALES 

FROM 

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HELLO AGAIN, LITTLE FRIENDS. 
WELCOME TO OUR /97Z AN/^UAL -w, 

COLLECT/ON OF MOLDY GOODIES FROM "l 
THE DiMay DUMGEON OF UMCLE CREEPV ' 

WE'RE DEDICATI^4& THIS ISSUE TO SEVEM 
SPeC/AL FRf£NPSO? OLD UMC...SEVEM LiMlQUE 
TALENTS THAT HELPED MAKE US THE WORLD'S*! 
MAGAZINE OF ILLUSTRATED HORROR. VOU LL FIND 
THEIR WORK WITHIN THESE PAGES-AMP -iSRE 
THEy \RE:ARCHf£600PWM, TOM SUTTON, 
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1972 ANNUAL 



CONTENTS 

NO FAIR 

EDITOR & Youthful hijinks in a graveyard. Sound tempting? From i 
PUBLISHER: Creepy #22, 1968 ^ 

'Iss™" SPAWN OF THE CAT PEOPLE 

pimi i«HFR . '^'^''^ journey on to New Mexico for a cuddly little tale about < a 
rK Conwky ^'''^ '''''■ F™™ ^^''-Py *2, 1965 10 

A|socuTE ON THE WINGS OF A BIRD 

EDITOR: An Award Winning comic story. However, Unk think it's for i • 

•John Cochran the birds. From Creepy #36, 1970 16 

TZ^r TOUGH CUSTOMERS 

Billy Graham A protection racket, a neighborhood butcher and a gangster 

named Snake Eyes. Mix them all together and you come up •■ 
COVER- with a real slice of life story. From Creepy #35, 1970 BH 

nXSefp CREEPY'S LOATHSOME LORE 

artist Verne Langdon's The true stoi-y of Charles Byrne— and a Body-Snatching M.D. im 
fantastic "ZOMBIE" From Creepy #36, 1970 ,. , ^ '^ 29 

masque. ^'' ' 

"^Mtr&t^'- PURSUIT OF THE VAMPIRE 

ARTISTS: ^'^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ down pretty deep to unearth this little gem. 

Tom Sutton You've all heard how politics makes for strange bedfellows. ■ i 

Jerrv Grandenetti here's proof. From Creepy # 1, 1964 » I 

i"fdc"and^ THE JUDGE'S HOUSE 

wnjTiTHS From the pen of Bram Stoker comes this haunting tale of aan 

WKITERS : house and a Judge who once was. From Creepy #5, 1965 W I 

Bill Parente 

T. Casey Brennan 6RUB 

Archie Goodwin S-H j n i -iu -» ^ ^ v^ 

R Michael Rosen ^ ' ™^'t^™s with some fantasy as we race to reality 

Tom Sutton inside the ravaged remains of a rocketship! From Creepy ij 

Nicola Cuti *28. 1969 19 

MONSTER RALLY 

Keep a photo album, do you? So do we. Here's a sentimental mm 
little epic sure to stir a tear. From Creepy #4, 1965 dU 

CREEPY 1972 ANNUAL, PUBLISHED BY WARREN PUBLISHING CO. PRICE 7Sc PER COPY. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: 6 ISSUES FOR $3.50 
IN THE U.S.A. ELSEWHERE: $4.50. EOlTORrAL OFFICES AT 145 E. 32nd STREET, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10015. ENTIRE CONTENTS COPY- 
RIGHTED © 1964, 1965, 1958, 1969. 1970 BY WARREN PUBLISHING CO. NOTHING MAY BE REPRINTED IN WHOLE OR IN PART 
WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM THE PUBLISHER. PRINTED IN US.A. 



HO HUM... "FRISHT'TIME AeAIN...ANP I'M JUST "PylNS' TO eET SOME REST BUT IN ' 

A CEMETERy VET... yECCHHH... ALL THOSE BUSY "BOPIES" PLAYINS HIDE ANP GO 
"REEK".,,HEE.., ANyWAV-.-TWAPPLE UP TO THAT TOMBSTONE ANP SfT YOUR SHAKING 
SACROILIAC POWN ON SOME SHOSTUy SORE CALLED,,. 




ART BY TOM SUTTON/ SCRIPT BY BILL PARENTE 



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STORY BY ARCHIE GOODWIN / ART BY REED CRANDALL 



PONT interferb! 

WE KNOW WHAT WE'RE 
DOINS.' A CURSE 
INHERITED FROM HER 

FATHER IS ON 

THIS SIRL.' 




I WAS SO BUNO! I6NORINS yoUR 
WARNINGS... HER ANIMAL INSTINCTS 
IN THE WOOPS... IF IT HADN'T 
BEEN FOR HER ErES.' THOSE 
SREAT CAT EYES GLOWING 
IN THE PARK 




NO, AMZID, I DO WOT C«eA(V\. THERE 
WAS A Ttf^e, LONG ASO, AMD FAR AWA/ 
WHEN I Die eur MOW THAT I A(V\ 
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fAOCKiUS ME, I MADE OF STONE; I AAA NO LONGER 
GREAT STATUE? J CAPABLE OF Ei^FRESSING EMOTIONS 
OF ANY FORM. 




f SOMECW, GREAT STATUE, 
PERHAPS I WILL FIND THE 
V*>,V7DMAKE EVEN 




TOE BIRD OF HOPE HAS NOT MOVED FOR X BUT IT Wtti.SREAT | 


WAKTy CENTdRIE5, AHZID 


THERE IS LITTLE STATUE, IT WILL.' I MUST 


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SLEEP COAAES TO AHZIO AS KIGHT COMES TO 
THE ARID WORLD THAT ;S HIS PWSCN, AND 
IN THAT NISHT; IN THAT SLEEl? A &REAT 
BREEZE STIR6 AND "rWE SUN-BLASTEP SANDS 
SH/FTAWD WALK.... / 





. . .OF COURSE IT DID Wyv fly! IT WILL f/£VSR FLX 
EXCEPT (W «/ S-nJPIO, FOOLISH DREAWS! I CAN DREAM IN | 
THIS HUT ON THIS WORLD eOSaVSH. „.TH^ BIRD WILL 

NOT «V.' 

ADMIT IT, AWZID. . .VOU WAIT FOR ' 
NOTHINS i&0S)NOTWIUS.:l 




SLOWiy, INEVITABLY SLEEP CQWES ONCE HOKZ TO 
AHriO. BUT THIS TW\B HE DOES NOT DREAM.,.. 




IN TIME SLEEP EUDS. IM TIME MORNING COMES, HOT 
AND HOPELESS AS EVERY OTHER MORNING- AJ-IZIC 
RISES LATE, 



WALKS SLOWty FROM HIS HUT STARES DULLY AT THE 
UNSHIFTING SAMENESS OF THE WORLD AROUND HIM... 




BQTAS HIS EYES 

SCAWTHE HORIZOM, 

HE SENSES SOMETHING 

IS WRONG.' IT IS ONL/ 

A MOMENT BEFORE 

HE REALIZES WHAT 

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FLOWN. ONLY ITS lA^PRESSlON IN THE 
SAND IS LEFT I TRIED TO CALL >CU, 
BUTVtJU WERE FAST ASLEEP AND 
COULD NOT HEAR ME. IT LEFT QUIETLY ' 
IN TWE WIGHT... 

BUT THEN, THE BIRD 
OF HOPE ALWAYS LEAVES THAT WAY.' 
NOW -VOL) OO KNOW THE TRUE 
MEANING OF DESPAIR.. 




YOU SEE, AIV BIRD OP 
HOPE LEFT MANY CEN- 
TURIES AGO, WHEN r 
WAS TURNED TO STONE 
AND SENT TO THIS 
CURSED, NOWHERE 
WORLD. BUT FOR YOU, 
IT DID NOT LEAVE UNTIL 
MOW, WHEN VOU REALIZED 
THERE WAS NO ESCAPE. 
" NOW, NOT TOMORROW, 





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STORY BY ARCHIE GOODWIN /ART BY ANGELO TORRES 




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PETERMINEP TO ASSAULT THE SOURCE FROM WHICH THIS EVIL HAP PESCENPEP... 




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CASTLE OF HORRORS... 



But deep withinI the 

SMOULPEraNS RUINS OF THE 
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THE INCREDIBLE COLLECTION 

OF MONSTERS... 



ONTIL THE RAYS OF THE FULL 
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